Chicago Board Finds Third Police Shooting Unjustified

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"I always said I was innocent,” said Antwon Golatte, 35, of Chicago, speaking to reporters for the first time since he was shot by police officers last year, reports The Guardian. Last Thursday, the city’s independent police review authority (IPRA) ruled that officers were unjustified in shooting Golatte. Their investigation contradicted officers’ contention that they shot him in self-defense . . .

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